Healing, Personal thoughts, Philosophy, Smart Move

And then what?

Fear-setting is the new goal-setting. Made popular by Tim Ferriss, fear-setting is based on ideals of Stoic Philosophy and is essentially the practice of objective reasoning in the face of adversity. By being objective to our fears, potential for failure, and worst case scenarios, we make room for success. Or simply stated, "The impediment to… Continue reading And then what?

Personal thoughts, RPY

Currency: Time, money, and energy

Client: "I'd really like to schedule a session with you. Is 11am your only open slot?" Practitioner: "Yeah, but it's booked for the next 3 weeks." Client: "Aw man, it sounds like something I really need." Practitioner: "Hmm, well, I could add a session on before. How 8:45am for you? Client: "Sure! Yeah, I can… Continue reading Currency: Time, money, and energy

200ytt, Personal thoughts, Yoga

“It’s sort of like philosophy.”

Said a student of mine last night during study hall. My teens have a weekly assignment to reflect on one of the yamas or niyamas and how it manifested throughout their week. This particular student hadn't turned in one assignment which makes you figure they are just NOT interested in seeking more depth. I'm so… Continue reading “It’s sort of like philosophy.”